Fairfield Inn and Suites Greensboro
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Greensboro
... and lay them down in the living room and they help me pick out a good combo, the best!
So the first week here was just an introductory week. It was alright, just meeting other internationals and the odd American. Classes started in 2nd week. I'm taking 5 classes, which is a pretty heavy load, and start at 8am Monday, Wednesday Friday and 9:30am Tuesday, Thursday, so early rising. My lecturers are all characters. One of them had us all raise our right hands in the ...
... not willing to sacrifice comfort and healthy feet for style.
Several years ago, I purchased "costume" jewelry at the local department stores for trips such as this. I understand that in Paris, less is more, so I will carry very little jewelry on this trip. I also understand that makeup is to be understated as well. So, a good moisturizer, some mascara and lip gloss ought to be enough!
There are ...
... private tours of the Louvre and Musee D'Orsay. No chocolate tour, but the Louvre and Orsay were on my list and this got us past the long lines and someone who knew the high spots to see.
I contacted the travel agent and selected two of the small group tours she had recommended: a Sunday afternoon wine and food tour of the Marais area and an all-day tour of Giverny and Versailles for Tuesday. I also selected the dinner reservation she made for 58 Tour Eiffel in the ...
... and Parrishua. Jillian (housemate from Raleigh) was at Rec or Bulls and I have a doppelganger-bouncer in Winston. Becton got into some Cheerwine and planned out his visit to WA.
Sunrise came soon and so did the Hong Kong tea and honey. Took Bailey outside and left to go meet Pip up on Hanging Rock. Met some German girls on top of the rock face...Arnold voice soon followed.
Found two orange spotted salamanders, driftwood from another ...
After running around Greensboro getting all of our last-minute work and personal errands accomplished, we pulled out of the driveway at 11:15 am. Our destination: Dulles International Airport to connect to our 8:40 pm flight to Keflavik airport near Reykjavik, the first leg of our trip to Oslo, Norway! Why, you ask? In celebration of Laura's upcoming 50th birthday in September! 28 years ago, a young, bright-eyed college student, left the relative comfort of ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking